Are flea collars safe?

Answer Flea collars are generally safe, though some should not be used on young puppies. The safest flea collars are made from natural pyrethrins and not from strong chemicals, especially carbamates.Sourc... Read More »

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Are flea collars safe for cats?

On One Hand: Poisoning DangersDr. Jill Richardson, veterinarian and poison specialist for the American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals, says permethrin, a poison often used in the ... Read More »

Are flea collars dangerous?

On One Hand: The ChemicalsA lawsuit was filed in 2009 by the Natural Resources Defense Council, an environmental group, which claimed proof that flea collars are dangerous to pets. This is due to c... Read More »

Do flea collars work?

On One Hand: Yes, Flea Collars WorkAccording to, flea collars work by continually releasing flea repelling chemicals over your pet's coat and skin for a specified period of time... Read More »

Do flea collars kill fleas?

Flea collars only kill the eggs of fleas, they do not kill adult fleas. A better option to kill fleas would be to use a topical medication, such as Advantage, Advantix or Frontline. This is applied... Read More »